Architecture and Neuroscience:
On-going cross-disciplinary project carried out in collaboration with partners from UK Universities and external organisations. This project is developing and refining tools and methods for associating what is happening in one's brain with the physical parameters of the space around them. Each stage of the project comprises of a series of experiments which explore the human experience in a different environments and lead to different specific applications and practical outputs.
Architecture and Sound (2005-2010):
This cross-disciplinary project examines urban and interior environments through the notion of sound. The first round of experiments involved sound recordings and interactive installations in Edinburgh. Collaborators - including Dr Martin Parker and Dr Vangelis Lympouridis - contributed to key-stages of this project. The second round of the project involved sound recordings in Athens and an interactive installation in the Venice Biennale of Architecture (2008). It was implemented by the cross-disciplinary team 'Athens-by-Sound', led by Anastasia Karandinou.
Architecture and the Digital:
This project explored through theoretical investigations and design applications the way in which media influence in way in which architects - and also users - perceive, inhabit and design spaces. Some of the outputs of this project are presented in the book 'No Matter: Theories and Practices of the Ephemeral in Architecture', published in 2013 with Routledge - Taylor and Francis.
PhD applications are welcome in the above thematic areas.